The Next Big Thing? - SherpaDesk
SherpaDesk is a professional services automation solution that is billed as "a Swiss Army Knife for service pros." We recently spoke with Andrew Frawley, the company's head of content and growth, about this product.Click to read the full article »
A Few Words On Mobile Banking
The concept of retail banking is undergoing a seismic shift, with branch offices slowly disappearing while mobile banking takes a new prominence.Click to read the full article »
A Career In Cybersecurity
Cybersecurity is one of the most prominent concerns facing the corporate world. But how can a person get into this growing industry?Click to read the full article »
Taking A New Look At Bankless Banking
More than one-third of the global population has no access to traditional financial services. Even the United States has unbanked households – 7.7 percent of U.S. households do not have a bank account, according to Urban Financial Services Coalition survey.Click to read the full article »
The Next Big Thing? - StudentBridge Inc.
So You Want To Hire A WordPress Designer?
The need to hire WordPress developers is extraordinary. Everybody needs a professionally designed website which is unique, innovative and captures the customers quickly.Click to read the full article »
Laser Technology, 1967
Back in 1967, laser technology was barely known to the general public outside of sci-fi stories and films. In this documentary, we get to see cutting-edge laser technology through a half-century-old spectrum.Click to read the full article »
The Best Tech Gifts For The Holidays
Pushing Back At Teenage Cyber Bullying
Too many corners of the digital world have become rather nasty, and it seems that teenagers have become the most vulnerable targets of cyber bullying. Today, our friends at Family Orbit and the Center for Parent/Youth Understanding offer this infographic on how parents can work with their teenage children to ensure a stress-free cyber experience.Click to read the full article »
How Safe Are America's 2.5 Million Miles of Pipelines?
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At 6:11 p.m. on September 6, 2010, San Bruno, Calif. 911 received an urgent call. A gas station had just exploded and a fire with flames reaching 300 feet was raging through the neighborhood. The explosion was so large that residents suspected an airplane crash. But the real culprit was found underground: a ruptured pipeline spewing natural gas caused a blast that left behind a 72 foot long crater, killed eight people, and injured more than fifty.